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willow fence

made of natural osier with fine craft

artistic,durable and easy to erect

for home&garden deco to make privacy

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Willow fences and screens are made from vertical willow sticks tightly

woven together with galvanized steel wire. Willow fencing and screening

are suitable for an informal garden.Rapidly renewable natural bentwood

material like willow make wonderful fences for outdoor and indoor decoration,

our exclusive pre-build fences panels are designed to beautify your home garden

as well as practical well build fences with easy set up. Different styles and sizes

to suite your needs.

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Q:Does this seem like a good cage for hamsters?
Well the base may seem a little small but that's not the problem. That cage is a guinea pig cage, so the wire spacing is meant for guinea pigs, not for hamsters, even Syrian hamsters. A Syrian hamster would most likely be able to squeeze out of the space between the wires. I got a nice cage for my teddy bear hamster and I would give you the link but Petco took it off their website. It was blue and had 3 levels (wire cage) and was $40, not on sale. But a 20-gallon tank sounds great. They don't provide great ventilation, and it's hard to attach a water bottle, but other than that they are a popular choice for Syrians.
Q:Planting clover to get a nitrogen fix in home garden/when to plant?
Clover are often used as cover crops between annual vegetable harvests or on the floor of orchards to help fix nitrogen and enrich the soil. In garden beds, till red clover under or add it to the compost pile before you plant annual vegetables or flowers. Use white clover in orchards, especially if you have low-grazing animals to fertilize the orchard, such as ducks, chickens, geese, rabbits or goats. Plant clover in the spring or early summer, when the ground has become soft and moist from the spring rains. You may also plant in September or early October in most locations. Clover seed is very small, so you may want to mix it with lime or fertilizer to give you more substance to work with. Do not use a strong fertilizer on clover, as it can burn the plant's thin roots.
Q:Are South American Nations like Cuba leading the way on sustainable living?
Cuba and Chile and Costa Rica all are serious about living well without blowing away the environment. Permaculture principles are a part of that and I know that is what your question is asking but sustainable living is a wide area and also should be about How we want to live and how well we want to live. Personally I admire some things about Cuba. Hey Cuban doctors are all over the world, Cuba is the world's leading developer of pediatric vaccines, and both their biotechnology and medicine verde research are excellent. I plan to take at least part of my medical schooling at Habana. Cuba is also developing an ethanol industry and a hemp industry and they will help with their own needs and bring hard currency from exports. But I am not forgetting that I can come and go as I please and most Cubans can't. Cuba is not a model for sustainable living if people will be in authoritarian society and living sustainably is like feudal living. Let's not go back to medieval times eh?
Q:Chocolate pie recipe?
I actually have my Mom's Better Homes Gardens cook book c. 1970 :-} Following is the recipe: 1 c. sugar 1/3 c. all-purpose flour or 3 Tbsp. cornstarch 1/4 tsp. salt 2 c. milk Chop 2 1-oz. squares unsweetened chocolate; add with milk. 3 slightly beaten egg yolks 2 Tbsp butter {or margarine} 1 tsp. vanilla 9 baked pastry shell 1 Meringue recipe {follows} In saucepan combine sugar, flour and salt; gradually stir in milk with chopped chocolate. Cook and stir over med. heat till mixture boils and thickens. Cook 2 minutes longer. Remove from heat. Stir small amt hot mixture into yolks; return to hot mixture; cook 2 minutes stirring constantly. Remove from heat. Add butter and vanilla; cool to room temp. {To prevent a crust from forming, put clear plastic wrap or waxed paper directly on top, touching surface of hot pudding clear to sides of bowl.} Pour into baked pastry shell Meringue: Beat 3 egg whites with 1/4 tsp cream of tartar and 1/2 tsp vanilla til soft peaks form. Gradually add 6 Tbsp. sugar, beating til stiff peaks form and all sugar is dissolved. Spread atop pie, sealing to pastry. Bake in moderate oven {350} about 12 to 15 mins or til meringue is golden. Yuummmmmm!!!! :-}
Q:What type of irrigation is best for a home garden?
A watering can, ha ha. But really, if you want to control the flow of water to each specific plant or area without waste, doing it by hand is the most precise way.
Q:How many acres does the advarge home and garden take up?
The average subdivision lot is less than one quarter of an acre, even with large homes on them. Depending on your definition of a small garden, a 2B/1B home would leave plenty of room in the yard for a home garden.
Q:Where can i find books about gardening? I've tried called around to local nurseries and they dont have any?
They have some good ones (such as by Sunset Press, Rodale Press, and Better Homes and Gardens) just inside the front entrance to hardware giants like Lowe's and Home Depot. There is one by Ortho for water gardening that I just love! I bought it at either a Borders, Barnes and Nobel or Walden Books. Just look for the Gardening section, find an easy chair, and you'll be there for awhile. Too, sometimes the bigger nurseries send out colorful booklets in the Spring to their former customers or the ones on their mailing list. Perhaps you can pick up one of these. They're great for quick identification of various plants plus info as to individual sun/shade requirements, height and spread, price, etc.
Q:Is there anything sexier than watching a girl water her garden outside her home?
It's also sexy to wash her trim her garden bushes
Q:what is your biggest garden pest and how do you get rid of it without using poison?
My wife is the biggest pest.I hear all day is are you going to be in that garden all day?The garden pests are easy to control.I only use organic soaps and no chemicals ever.
Q:what is the best way to move the plants from one spot to another to avoid its decay or dead?
Make sure you water your plants thoroughly a few days before planting so when you transplant, the soil sticks to the roots. For bushes like blueberries, I dig around the bush long before I transplant them. This way, they start forming new roots even before they are transplanted. Keep your bushes watered. Have your new planting hole dug before you dig up your plant. Then immediately upon digging up the plant...transfer it into its new home. Make sure you thoroughly water the newly transplanted plants ...and don't allow them to dry out while they're getting established. Transplant when it's cooler in the evening , if necessary, provide some temporary shade, so they're not adversely affected by too much sun. Good Luck! Hope this is helpful.

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